The Nikkei commented on the use and implications of Emotics’ analysis of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, with Prattle. The article was publish in Japanese only, but an English translation is provided below.
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“At the press conference on June 13th, the AI eye of Emotics stared at every expression of Chairperson Powell. As Powell answered reporters’ questions, it did not miss any subtle changes. The AI software detected wrinkles between the eyebrows and distortion of the mouth. The read a total of 15 emotions of “disgust,” showing frustration during the press conference. Ray Horan, Emotics CEO, said, “The software analyzes microexpressions five times per second.” It is difficult for human beings to escape from AI analysis.”
July 18, 2018 | Nikkei Shimbun Morning Paper
Ray Horan takes a break from Cloud Expo Asia to chat with David Organ from Disruptive Live.
Emotics CEO, Ray Horan, appeared on Bloomberg Markets for an interview with David Ingles. They discussed how Emotics’ artificial intelligence is used to analyze decisions of the Federal Reserve in our collaboration with Prattle.
Marketwatch combed through Emotics’ and Prattle’s analysis of Jerome Powell’s announcement of the Federal Reserve’s rate hike. They remarked on the software’s ability to highlight emotional reactions in the normally mild-mannered Powell and considered the implications of his reactions, given the context of his speech.
In a Bloomberg Radio interview with David Ingles and Brian Curtis, Emotics CEO, Ray Horan, how Emotics’ AI technology is used to analyze rate decisions and how those insights can help investors in the future.
Taking part in the AI in Finance competition during the Hong Kong FinTech week.
We were proud to receive the 2018 HKICT FinTech Silver Award in RegTech & Risk Management for our work using facial recognition to measure the effectiveness of compliance activities.
The South China Morning Post interviewed Emotics CEO, Ray Horan, regarding the Hong Kong government’s efforts to boost technology innovation within the region.
“…while such technology requires lots of research and thus “can’t be commercialised instantly”, the Hong Kong government could to do more to connect start-ups with corporations in the city and therefore assist start-ups in commercialise their product.”
Emotics CEO, Ray Horan, made the cover of the Nikkei Business Daily, while speaking at Japan’s first ever RegTech event, REG/SUM. Our Japanese is a bit rusty, but it’s exciting to see growing coverage of the industry.
Sharing the Emotics story while representing Hong Kong at the Seedstars Asia Summit in Bangkok.